About Museum Cafe
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
The Museum Cafe is a full service restaurant, located on the ground floor of the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, offering fine dining with an International-fusion menu. Its superb ambiance is matched by an amazing wine list and features freshly prepared food utilizing seasonal local ingredients.
Fusion / Eclectic
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday: 11:00am - 3:00pm
Tuesday - Saturday: 11:00am - 4:00pm
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 10:30am - 3:00pm
Robert S. Kerr & Hudson
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Every Thursday night from May to October we feature a full cash bar and live music on the rooftop of the museum from 5-10:30.
Full service catering including event planning services
Nearby metered parking & parking lots available
Public transit stops nearby
Private Party Facilities:
Private party option - banquet rooms leased through Oklahoma City Museum of Art
Private Party Contact:
Ahmad Farnia & Lauren Cates: (405) 235-6262
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Museum Cafe Ratings and Reviews
Everything was fabulous except one thing ...
Everything was fabulous except one thing ... our Caesar salad was warm, as it was on the same plate as the crab cake and had been under a warming light. They were trying to do us special favor since we had planned to split those 2 items, so they make us 2 small crab cakes and split our salad on the same plate. Just a small thing in the big picture. The food is always fabulous here!!!!
A bit of a mixed bag but the high notes ...
A bit of a mixed bag but the high notes of the meal for sure out shined the low ones. While the artwork looks very dated and kinda clashes with the feel of the restaurant the food was excellent. I ordered my Elk medium however the strips it came out as had different cooking temps. One was even well done. The majority hit between medium and medium-well. The mash underneath was also a bit over cooked but the veg was nicely done. My wife had scallops over risotto amazingly cooked to perfection. We ended with a lemon crumb cake that was very appealing and an almond creme brulee. While the cake was extremely good the creme brulee has the consistency of thick pudding. One very high note was the great service. However it was again a mixed bag. We entered through the wrong door located by the ticket booth. I feel there should be someone at both doors even if it's just to escort a person to the right location. Once seated everything came out quick and we never lacked for anything. So money well spent.
First time to dine there and we loved it ...
First time to dine there and we loved it! Our waitress, Leslie "Lee" Mann was so good! She took really good care of us!!!
The drinks were delicious and the food was outstanding.... we will be going back for sure!
Everything was very nice. Waiter did a ...
Everything was very nice. Waiter did a great job despite the poor guy had a broken wrist. Very friendly, positive attitude, and a nice genuine smile. The restaurant was almost empty when we arrived. We were a little disappointed to see that our favorite table had been given to another couple. Wonder if my notation is still on my museum cafe profile?
What a delightful evening. We met to go ...
What a delightful evening. We met to go to the movie A Man Called Ove. The restaurant was full of people getting ready for the movie. Derrick our waiter took fantastic care of us. Our reservation was easily located. Your crab cake and fried green tomatoes are one of my favorites!
Food was excellent! And loved out waite ...
Food was excellent! And loved out waiter. Could visit without talking loud. The only thing that could be improved was once we were done eating, remove the dishes. They did not really clear until almost time for check. But all four of us enjoyed!
We went for brunch with friends. I had ...
We went for brunch with friends. I had a small house salad with parmesan chicken. It was very good. The addition of raisins and grapefruit sections made it way above average. Two had quiche and it was a bit runny, but tasty. Argula salad on the side. The other friend tried the omelet also very good. Pretty quick service as well. Excellent mimosas and lattes.
My salad, you know the tuna one with the ...
My salad, you know the tuna one with the French name I can't spell, was the best I've ever had. Fresh seared chunks of tuna combined with loads of olives, big capers, potatoes, green beans .... it was a showstopper. A friend had the Ruben, there was so much meat that she could have had dinner, had there been leftovers.
The rolls are lackluster, don't waste your calories there.
My extended family LOVES this cafe for b ...
My extended family LOVES this cafe for brunch. It's a beautiful locale...seems super upscale...however the price is very good, the service is always impeccable, and the food is really good!! We meet here often with various members of our extended family because it's a nice atmosphere, great food, and centrally located for all of us.
We have celebrated our special occasions ...
We have celebrated our special occasions (especially our anniversary) with this restaurant for 11 years now. We have gone for tea service, Sunday brunch, lunches, and so much more. The people are friendly and excellent with service. We love the place and will continue to go as often as we are able.
The New Year's Eve fixed price menu was ...
The New Year's Eve fixed price menu was $62. There were 4.5 courses. We each started with a stuffed calamari appetizer that was not large but very well prepared. Next was a very interesting and delicious salad including a side of mussels, which had multiple taste surprises; it wasn't about the spinach. The half-course was a marzipan cookie. Dinner was a choice of three entrees: tenderloin, bass, or ravioli. Both the tenderloin and scalloped potatoes, and bass and risotto were excellent, and each came with a roasted cauliflower. While having superb coffee, my anticipation was for the dessert, a napoleon, that hopefully would follow the excellence of everything else we already had. Unfortunately, it was deconstructed and not at all what I remembered as a child from French bakeries or what I would have preferred.
Overall, it was an excellent dinner and worth the fixed price. The service was attentive.
This was our first time to dine here. ...
This was our first time to dine here. Since here wasn't anything happening at the Civic center last night it was very low key but we enjoyed the quietness. We were not impressed by our appetizer (smokey plate) which sounded amazing on my menu. However, the salad and entrees, and drinks were phenomenal. Highly recommend the duck and quail. Service was on point. We want to try the Brunch and will definitely go back.
Went here before a film at the museum & ...
Went here before a film at the museum & loved it. Ordered from the previous fixe menu & was not disappointed in the amount or taste of food. Discounted tickets for the movie was a plus too! Will definitely be back. Only thing lacking was atmosphere as it wasn't very busy on a Thursday night.
On Friday, I took my mother to OKC Museu ...
On Friday, I took my mother to OKC Museum of Art's Cafe for lunch. We both loved our food. My quiche was the best I have ever had--period. A lovely place to eat with inventive and delicious food, even if you aren't planning to visit the galleries.
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